You know how kids say the darnedest things? Well, it turns out closeted Christian junk scientists snicker say even darneder things when questioned by reporters at an airport about why they’re traveling with a male prostitute. We’ll back up and tell you the whole story just in case you spent spring 2010 holed up in a French bed and breakfast, boinking the homosexuality right out of a rent boy and didn’t catch the news the first time. George Alan Rekers was on the founding board of NARTH (Naked and Ready to Hump? Naughty and Randy Twinks and Hunks? Neighborly Ass Reaming Is Totally Hot? OK, sorry it’s the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality, which somehow sounds gayer than all of those other options).
Unless you are looking to invest a very large sum of money into your new 3D theatre system, and you are willing to wait until the technology is ironed out, chances are that you are going to want to go with the 3D ready television sets. These do require glasses as well as a ‘set top box’ that works in conjunction with your glasses to provide the 3D feature. This ‘set top box is very similar technology to that of Wii’s motion detector for the wireless remotes..
Been a long time Manheim customer and this new arrangement with Manheim is a result of our close collaboration and identifying what our mutual customers need and want to succeed, said DriveTime Chairman Ernie Garcia. Success with wholesale auto auctions and our deep knowledge of the subprime vehicle market and independent dealers is a perfect match. The company helps dealer and commercial customers achieve results by providing physical and digital auction channels, data analysis, financing, transportation and mobile products and solutions..
The methane emissions for India, China and Brazil have doubled since 1990 and are expected to go up by 40% by 2020. There is only one reason and it is not an increase in coal mining or in landfills. It is because these countries grow animals for meat and milk..
Many different types of chemical analysis were conducted by Dr. John Heller of the New England Institute and Dr. Adam Adler of Western Connecticut State University. Glass, Google’s experimental gadget that places a notification screen above your eye, initially launched in 2013 as an exciting futuristic product. Since then, it has become an overhyped niche gadget with a public relations problem. By appearing more stylish, Google is hoping Glass may gain broader market appeal before it releases the product to the broader public toward the end of 2014..